Are you trying to place (File > Place) artwork? Your InDesign document can't "be in libraries". I really don't understand what the problem is. Can you give a clearer explanation, please. Also let us know your setup: Exactly which version of InDesign CC? What operating system? What kind of files are you trying to place?
Yes I'm trying to place artwork. I usually Control D. In this problem, all that is in the folder is the InDesign document. I have an art folder which is a subfolder to this main folder and which is not visible. The main folder indicates no other folder is in it. I am a subscriber using Windows 10. The update was auto-installed about an hour ago.
Since I'm a Mac user, I'll let one of the Windows users give you the best advice.
But please tell us exactly what version of InDesign you're using and what kind of file(s) you're trying to place.
Exactly what update was auto-installed?
Do you see your subfolder in Explorer?
InDesign CC (2015) and I'm trying to import a photograph. I've used
InDesign since CS4. The reason I think the document has been saved
elsewhere is when I went to "save as" it went to a folder called "CC
Library". I thought the syncing features may have something to do with
On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 12:03 PM, Steve Werner <email@example.com>
The behavior for Save As is that if the file has been previously saved in the version you used to open it it will default to the folder from which the document was opened. In all other cases it will default to the last folder where a Save As was executed.